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ADRIFT SummerComp 2010 - Gotta Play 'Em All!
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8 games submitted during the summer of 2010 in a competition organized by KF. The rankings were as follows:

1. Aegis (Lumin).
2. Camelot (Finn RosenlÝv).
3. Pirate's Plunder! (Tiberius Thingamus).
4. Ba'Roo! (Hensman Int'l).
5. Light Up (TDS).
6. Motion (Abbi Park).

Disqualified (not an original work): Just Another Day (Simply Ryan).

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Genre: Fiction 
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IFID: Unknown 
Category: Competition Entrants 
Forgiveness rating: Merciful 
Total Downloads: 156 
File Size: 922 Kb 
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  a great comp, Sat 20th Aug 2011
By Lumin - See all my reviews

There are more detailed reviews of these on the forum, but just writing a quick note since this compilation was sitting here all review-less and lonesome-like, poor thing.

Some nice games here from a variety of genres, from comedy to horror to fantasy to...I don't really know what you'd call Motion. None of them are overly long so you owe it to yourself to at least check them out. Pirate's Plunder! in particular is a fun little gem that might be nice for an utter IF-newbie to wet their feet with.

This version of Aegis might be a little *coughormaybealotcough* buggy and should probably be played with the included walkthrough in hand.

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